Gregory Pearlstein, Visiting Assistant Professor
Please note: Gregory has left the Mathematics department at Duke University; some info here might not be up to date.  Contact Info:
Office Location:  231 Physics Bldg  Office Phone:  6606972  Email Address:    Office Hours:
 Monday and Wednesday 10:30  11:30, and by appointment
 Research Interests: Hodge theory & Algebraic Geometry
I study the geometry and arithemtic of algebraic
varieties using Hodge theory (i.e. harmonic forms
and their generalizations). I'm currently working on the following projects:
 Algebraic cycles and normal functions (joint with P. Brosnan);
 Monopoles and degenerations of mixed Hodge structure;
 Limits of mixed Hodge structures and modular forms (joint with R. Hain and A. Jafari);
 Keywords:
Variation of Hodge structure • Mixed Hodge structure • Higgs bundles • Arakelov geometry
 Curriculum Vitae
 Recent Publications
(More Publications)
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 SL_2 orbits and degenerations of mixed Hodge structure,
Journal of Differential Geometry
(Accepted, August, 2005)
 with P. Brosnan, On the asymptotic behavior of the archimedean height
(Preprint, May, 2005)
 with J. Fernandez, Opposite Filtrations, Variations of Hodge Structure and Frobenius Modules,
in Aspects of Mathematics, vol. E 36
(2004)
 with A. Kaplan, Singularities of variations of mixed Hodge structure,
Asian Journal of Mathematics, vol. 7
(2003)
 G. Pearlstein, On the asymptotic behavior of admissible variations of mixed Hodge structure,
in Algebraic Geometry in East Asia
(2002)
